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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Neighbors. I Love Mine!


What happens when your neighbor who lives across the street, has gotten a bunch of salmon from Alaska, is feeling domestic and explores with different ways of cooking salmon, knocks on your door, and slips this scrumptious salmon patty with dill sauce to you?

You decide then and there that you are never going to move and you make sure your neighbor is never allowed to move.   If my neighbor ever does move........  I'm crawling in her luggage.

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  1. Ummmm. I just live down the street. And across Center. And up the block a ways, across the jog and then up east a quarter mile. It's NOT THAT FAR. And who is this neighbor, I want to know? Isn't she (it's not Clark, right?) my friend, too? Friends make friends Salmon - I'm almost sure it's in the scriptures, actually.

    THIS LOOKS SO GOOD.

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    1. Quit oggling the food I already ate and read what I wrote again. It says the neighbor ACROSS THE STREET and has a link. Click on the link. :D

      You're so funny. Yes, she's a friend to you too.

      I spent all morning looking in my scriptures trying to find where it says friends bring each other salmon and the only place I could find it was in the Bible in the story about Rachel and her neighbor who lived in a tent next to her brought her salmon.......... It said something about Rachel being highly favored....... ;)

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  2. LOL! i KNEW who it was right away. they have alaska connections now anyways. highly favored. love it! i just made this AMAZING salmon a couple of days ago. oh mama. fresh basil. walnuts. i should send you a picture...;)

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    1. It was the Alaskan connection! You would catch that!

      Pictures and recipe of yours you must send! (That sounded Yodaish).

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  3. I need to get me some neighbors

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  4. I don't like salmon or neighbors....but I'm trying to do better.

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    1. I don't like fish. Salmon is the only fish I like. Odd...... I yearn to live in the boonies again but when things like this happen, I realize how much I love my neighbors. Especially this one. I don't know what I would have done for yeas without this one! I swear she has a halo and wings.

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  5. I love Salmon, but not neighbors. But I like Rachel's neighbors. I don't however like Rachel's fibbing about scripture.

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    1. What??? I would never fib........... ;)

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  6. see, you're fibbing again! Tee Hee!

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  7. See, in the story Rachel may have been highly favored but I seem to remember after that part, God called upon her to walk 2000 miles to a lonely and poor sick woman's home with no salmon nor neighbor. God knew that Rachel could do this since she just got done with a half marathon and after so many days post marathon still being "high" as you call it, had the energy to perform this task for his heavenly father.

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    1. Wow!! I thought I was high! What are you smoking? What does your doc. have you on? Rachel WALK 2000 miles? No wonder it took 10 years before she was able to get married! I gotta get to the part where she flew on angels wings to her friend! That's my favorite part. :D

      I wish you were feeling better. I really do. This makes me sad....

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  8. :) smoking nothing. Just trying to make you laugh (oh heavens not feel bad!). I am feeling a bit better, no worries or reason to feel bad my friend. You know the ups and downs with this thing. I've been out of bed for a few days now, reduced down to sleeping bout 9-10 hrs/night but when I go down it is total coma. Weak. It'll come back. You know the drill. Beef baby!

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    1. Just wish you could kick this thing!! All of us! Just kick it in the hiney into the middle of next week and beyond.

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